New Era Resolutions – The Southern Agrarian

America continues down the path to a new era – not because of who does or does not occupy the White House, but because about half of American voters now follow the cult of collectivism and egalitarianism while the other half bitterly opposes it. There is no room for compromise, no chance for reasoned debate. […]

Source: New Era Resolutions – The Southern Agrarian

Some typically excellent reflections, in the form of suggested resolutions, by Stephen Clay McGeehee, author of the blog “The Southern Agrarian” (which I have recommended before, and do so whole-heartedly here). He notes that “We must stake out the cultural high ground… To that end, this is a list of tangible things we can do, presented in no particular order.” I agree with nearly all of these, and on the few with which I might have a quibble or two, I suspect that those are mere differences in emphasis, not of fundamental content or intention.

See also this list, “A Plan for Traditionalists,” at The Thinking Housewife blog, on which Mr. McGeehee based is own.

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Author: The Anglophilic Anglican

I am an ordained Anglican clergyman, published writer, former op-ed columnist, and experienced outdoor and informal educator. I am also a traditionalist: religiously, philosophically, politically, and socially. I seek to do my bit to promote and restore the Good, the True, and the Beautiful, in a world which has too-often lost touch with all three, and to help re-weave the connections between God, Nature, and humankind which out techno-industrial civilization has strained and broken.

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